Cory Neale

 

Cory Neale

Cory Neale is an architect, bassist/composer, and sound designer from Philadelphia, PA. He is a native Philadelphian and graduate of Temple University School of Architecture. He is resident composer and sound designer for Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers and Birds on a Wire Dance Theater, and works with a variety of artists across the media spectrum, including the Walnut Street Theater, keila cordova dances, Krista DeNio/Echo Theater Suitcase, and as producer for Earthdance’s E|MERGE Interdisciplinary Collaborative Arts residency.

 

Cory's experience spans many genres including jazz, hip-hop, experimental, classical, and pop music. He has collaborated with a variety of artists including music ensembles, dance companies, film directors, shadow puppetry and live sculpture, circus arts, and as technical consult for stage productions. Cory was the recipient of the American Association of Community Theater Sound Design Award in 2011 for Bootless Stagework’s production of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman, and a 2015 Rocky Award recipient for collaborative contributions in the Philadelphia dance community. He is a member of the bass section for the Abington Symphony Orchestra.

 

For more info on Cory, check out his website